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Eravikulam National Park

Kerala, known as �God�s own Country� is bounded by the Arabian Sea in the West and the Western Ghats Mountain Ranges in the East. The state also abounds in forest and wildlife and has a large number of wildlife sanctuaries and National Park. About 10336 square km of the state is covered under forest which constitutes about 26.6% of the total land area of the state. Eravikulam National Park Kerala which covers an area of 96 square km houses the most endangered species of endangered Nilgiri Tahr is a wonderful place to visit. We at provide you with complete information on all that you want to know about Eravikulam National Park in Kerala.

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Eravikulam National Park at Idukki in Kerala was declared a wildlife sanctuary in the year 1975 and a National Park in the year 1978. Anaimudi, the highest peak in the South is located in this sanctuary. The plains and the slopes of the hills in the sanctuary abound in wide varieties of flora and fauna. The Atlas moth, the largest of its kind in the world, is a special attraction of this National Park. Other rare species of animals found in this sanctuary includes the Nilgiri Langur, the lion-tailed macaque, leopards, and tigers. Nilgiri Tahr, the mountain goat of South India is an endangered species of fauna found in this sanctuary. Over 120 species of birds which include like black and ornage flycatcher, Nilgiri pipit, Nilgiri wood pigeon, white bellied shortwing, Nilgiri verditer flycatcher and Kerala laughing thrush is found in this sanctuary. The vegetation comprises mostly of tropical forest and are rich in orchids and balsams.

Best Time to visit Eravikulam National Park Kerala:
It is advisable to visit the sanctuary during the winters. September to December are the best months to visit this National Park.

How to reach Eravikulam National Park Kerala:
Eravikulam National Park in Kerala is accessible both from Kochi in Kerala and Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu. Kochi International Airport is located at a distance of about 148 km and Coimbatore Airport is located at a distance of 175 km from the sanctuary. Besides this, one can also come to this sanctuary from Kottayam Railway Station and Ernakulam Railway Stations.

Where to stay:
There are several hotels in Chinnakanl, Kumily and Munnar, which provides accommodation and dining facilities to the guests. Besides, the inspection bungalows and the Devikulam Dormitory at Munnar also offers fine accommodation facilities to the tourists. offers online information on all that you want to know about Eravikulam National Park in Kerala. You may find more information on the Wildlife Parks through this site.